asparagus fern

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a fernlike plant native to South Africa

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I prune her lavenders and echiums, and water and fertilize a potted orange tree and asparagus ferns by her garage.
With asparagus ferns for accent, you can create a stunning centerpiece.
I walked by garden design assistant Lauren Dunec's desk today and noted a white bat lily hovering rather ominously over the asparagus ferns, while next to her computer was a decorative bowl of shrivelly Buddha's hand citrus.
Cut down asparagus ferns as soon as they turn yellow.
You can also take the Felcos to begonias, cannas, asparagus ferns and pyracanthas as well as cutting back fuchsias to within an inch or so of the ground.
Those that are not eaten develop into asparagus ferns which are left until they turn yellow in autumn when they can be cut to ground level.
This metal birdcage on a stand (found at the Depot in Oxford) welcomes guests at the door with small fresh plants, maiden-hair ferns, asparagus ferns, roses, hydrangeas, smilax vines, a small nest holding blown-out green eggs (from Dan Parry, 4727 Highway 22, Flora, 601.
Select tough plants like star jasmine or asparagus ferns, and avoid placing deciduous shrubs and trees close to a pool.
Votives illuminated the path to the altar, which featured a trio of horizontal candelabras holding white tapers and asparagus ferns.
Select tough plants like star jasmine or asparagus ferns and try to avoid placing deciduous shrubs or trees close to the pool.
The bride's father proudly escorted her down the isle where the groom waited in front of urns filled with white roses, peonies, gladioli, bells of Ireland, and asparagus ferns.
Where arrangements call for delicate foliage, try nandina or asparagus ferns (A.
She carried a bouquet of lavender, bridal white roses, asparagus ferns, and million starblooms, tied together with organza ribbon edged in pearls.
Santa Monica landscape architect Michael Kobayashi removed the taller shrubs and planted low-growing Sprenger asparagus ferns and southern swrod ferns to keep it open.
He agrees that lack of moisture in homes is also a major reason plants like asparagus ferns, Boston ferns, and rosemary don't thrive, or barely survive, the winter indoors.